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Just what the title says. Yep.
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>>583713
can you 3d print with silicon based parts yet?
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Aren't the plastics used for 3d printing too stiff for that? It would be like putting your penis inside a PVC pipe.
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>>583725
>>583726
line with towel and plastic, lube it up, boom
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmNy5_FplUI
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>>583726

When they make 3D printers capable of printing soft silicon that's the day /3/ finally begins to live. Imma print me a 3D shota catgirl with 6 tits to fuck.
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>>583746
You can already print with silicon. You just need a special hot end and a way to have the machine pour the silicon in the layers required to make the object. I remember reading about a such hot end but don't remember if it's be released yet.
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>>583746
Print a casting mould and fill it with silicon.
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>>583751
i don't think 3d printers can do "smooth" yet.
everything looks like mini minecraft builds.
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>>583890
sanding paper
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>>583890
there is actually a good product out that I use for my prints its XCD or something like that, its pretty much brush on epoxy and it gets rid of like 97% of the print lines so if you used that then silicone mold you'd be golden.
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>>583890

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xFUNFG-UKE
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>>583938
instructions unclear
set my dick on fire with acetone
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>>583751
This. Finding a good and cheap source of silicon is the hard part.




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